In 1974 when Milton was working on a Marilyn Monroe book with Norman Mailer, it became apparent that the famous "Black Sitting" Milton shot in his NYC studio in 1956 had not been published. Many of these photographs had only been printed in Fine Art photography. So Milton and Joshua Greene worked to make high key contrast "black and white" silver prints, which were in fact used as the source material for what became known as the Circle Gallery Silkscreens.
The Archives does not buy or sell Circle Gallery Silkscreen prints.
These items are listed here for appraisal and reference purposes only.
All price estimates below are in US Dollars, last updated in 2010.
There are 6 images (see below), which were printed in 2 ways:
1) The Silver on Flat Black version was printed in limited editions of 300 and Artists Proofs of 30.
2) The Metallic Black on Flat Black version was printed in limited editions of 150 and Artists Proofs of 5.
|Print Number||Silver||Metallic Black|
|1 - 99||$6,000||$10,000|
|100 - 150||$5,000||$7,000|
|151 - 300||$4,500||n/a|